Observation 194392: Gymnopus (Pers.) Roussel
When: 2014-12-19

Notes: Small clusters in groups habitating loosely in forest soil. All clusters were showing varying stages of maturity. Fungi was easily removed from the soil. Caps started bell shaped becoming convex. Gills were close becoming crowded at the outer perimeter. Stipes were long and firm in texture. No significant aroma. Area was Eucalyptus forest.
GPS S 30degrees 47’ 42.95" E 152 degrees 57’ 53.92" I did think I had loaded these before, but have not been able to find the file.

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Spores

Richard, During drying, another pileus dissolved and covered the drying fungi below.. I did try to get a spore print but didn’t want to leave it too long due to the numerous active lavae, and the hot conditions.. I still have the dried specimens, but I thought they may be contaminated by the fungi above in the drier. I do still have the dried specimens.

my bad…
By: Richard and Danielle Kneal (bloodworm)
2014-12-22 22:44:01 GMT (+0000)

i was on my phone and was thrown off by what appears to be blue staining at the base of the stipe and along the pileus margin.

Ian, do you know what color the spores are or can you look?

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